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Arsenal chairman ready to step down over Emery’s situation

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Arsenal chairman, Sir Chips Keswick, is ready to stepping down over Unai Emery’s situation after Arsenal 2-2 draw with Southampton at Emirate Stadium on Saturday.
The Gunners have won just two of their last 11 Premier League games and they find themselves eighth in the league table as home side fans have been plenty of calls the sack of the Spanish coach after the encounter with a booed.
According to The Athletic, Keswick has been left so upset by the constant blame aimed at the board, he “felt compelled to consider handing in his resignation as chairman of the club.”
Keswick became the club’s chairman in 2013 after he took over from Peter Hill-Wood.
But his role in football decisions is nonexistent, with technical director Edu, head of football Raul Sanllehi, managing director Vinai Venkatesham, chief negotiator Huss Fahmy and Josh Kroenke making the key decisions at the Emirates.
Emery is believed to have three more Premier League games to turn Arsenal’s season around which is against Norwich, Brighton and West Ham and any further slip-ups could see him axed, particularly with north London rivals Tottenham having acted so decisively.

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